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Reviews 35 total reviews with an average rating of 4.2

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3 College Senior

Campus Resources: Not much to speak of from the schools side. But I do have my own laptop I bring and my personal wifi I pay for so I make it work.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Although financial aid has helped me pay for school, the school is very expensive and my wife and I still have to pay $240/month for tuition. I feel that the school expense should be much less at this school since it is such a short program.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I Work a fulltime job Monday-Friday, and Crimson has allowed me to attend school full time while holding a fulltime job. Although it is a major sacrifice to my time, they have made it possible for me to do this while holding a fulltime job with their flexible night classes.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: fast pace learning environment, but not overwhelming.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: so far the few classes I've take, the teachers are very devoted to teaching
us the students, that they will teach a lesson until it is understood by every student.

4 College Senior

Career Services: The main counselor at the school assists with setting up interviews for graduates, after we complete the course. She's very gracious by sharing her resources with the students.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: The student resources are average. They are there for help when you request it, but they do not reach to the students.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Experience: Say you had to learn the human body in a span of 18 months or 14 crash courses on each section. That's what its like at Crimson, you have to learn the entire anatomy of an aircraft and each class last about five weeks. Its challenging because the professors do their best to explain the material to you but its also up to you to do your own research. Study rooms are availiable after school and tutoring. There isnt much homework because class days are Monday through Friday from 7:30am-1:45pm or night time classes from 5pm till 11pm meaning you do most of your work in class or in between breaks.

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: Flexibility with classes is pretty easy, the only thing they are not flexible with is missing time. You will get docked even for missing 10 min and they just want their money.

3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: All the equiptment at the school is old and its the bare minimum you need to even start to understand the material. The teachers know what they're talking about and have numerous years working in the field and military experience but for thirty-six thousand I would like a school with working and updated materials. Its hard to attend here especially when you work long hours at night and if you time out of class you get charged for making up time which usually ranges from ten to up to thirty dollars per hour missed depending on how many times you've timed out. My advice is to get in, get your certificate and get out as fast as you can.


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